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I think Yamaha got it right this season in all the Motorcycle series they're in. Even by signing two rookies in WSB. Spies is a brilliant rider and that's obvious but, another good thing for their team is the all new "Big Bang" R1. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong but, isn't "one" the main features of a Big Bang engine configuration is the fact that it's supposed to be easier on tires than screamer engines? I know the power delivery is supposed to be smoother. If it is easier on tires, you could put two fast learning rookies on the bike and let them race against a field mainly made up of screamer engines and the R1's should "theoretically" have more tire life in the last half -cont.-



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